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“I believe we are all on a journey of healing. Depending on our age, our medical history, our trauma history and our spiritual history, we are all seeking peace, health, and comfort in our lives. The seeking may vary from person to person, but I believe as humans we are wired to grow in knowledge and understanding of who we are and what our purpose is. This often is closely tied to our health and the challenges we may face.”
You’re not an automobile or an electronic gadget so you can’t simply drop your self off at the repair counter and come back later to pick up a refurbished version. Why? It’s because you are your own healer. Even if you identify as a patient, you won’t get very far if you don’t actively engage in your healing. Healers is here to help you help yourself.
I have had bipolar symptoms for about ten years now. I went undiagnosed for about four years. Those were some of the most intense, psychotic years of my life. When I was eighteen, my grandfather had a trust fund set up for me that paid for college. I went to my first year of film […]
It’s that time of the year again. January is coming to an end and we’re being confronted with how many resolutions we were not able to keep, which results often in pessimistic thoughts and feelings. However, although it’s very good to set intentions and work towards this, by constantly wanting to change and be the […]
I struggled with chronic pain and nerve damage for more than fifteen years. I tried every alternative mode of healing, therapy, etc. in hopes of eradicating the pain. I was very fortunate to have worked with highly skilled and, even more importantly, compassionate healers, including my pain management doctor, physical therapists, acupuncturists, massage therapists, and […]
By Dr. Rita Khanna Our back or spine is like the pillar on which the entire body rests but the strongest part can also be the vulnerable spot if not taken care of well. About 80% of the people suffer back pain at some time or the other in their lives. The spine consists of […]
By Asha Saith The word yoga has been a part of my existence since I was a child. My mother employed the exercises for an injury to her spine and my grandmother, noting the benefits started Yoga in her forties and was able to achieve an unassisted headstand in her fifties! For me personally, I do Yoga […]
By Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500 A medical procedure, as traumatic as chemotherapy, requires patience, strength, and a fierce desire to get well. Chemotherapy affects the entire body and mind, causing patients to feel weak, tired, and sometimes, hopeless. The process of healing must involve the mind as well as the body. To be more enlightened […]
By Kimaya Singh Wintertime is a season of great beauty, serenity and celebration. It is also a time when many of us find that we get a number of colds and are vulnerable to catching the flu. A regular practice of Yoga asanas and pranayama exercises will help to keep you in good physical and […]
By Faye Martins Walking is a great way to stay in shape. You can walk almost anywhere and during any season. Spending time outside in the sunlight is one of the primary ways to regulate your circadian rhythm. The circadian rhythm governs your sleep-wake cycle. Walking earlier rather than later in your day will help […]
By Faye Martins There are a number of Yoga poses that effectively release tension in the shoulders. Many of these shoulder opening Yoga poses also help to release tension in the throat and neck areas. Our shoulders are often repositories of anxiety, anger, stress and unresolved emotions such as grief. When we hold our shoulders tensely, […]
By Sangeetha Saran Often times, our hamstrings are tight from many of the athletic activities we engage in. From the repetitive action of aerobics to skiing and running to cycling, our hamstrings tighten and shorten over time. There are a number of Yoga asanas that will keep your hamstrings strong and flexible. Maintaining flexibility in your hamstrings […]